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New Client SIte - RCMS

Posted By Cynthia Ryan Cynthia Ryan Posted On Aug 07 2019 at 06:07 PM Aug 07 2019 at 06:07 PM

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Twenty years. That's how long Cynthia has been working with Rochester Chamber Music Society and we're grateful that relationship continues with Edgeworks Creative. We're pleased to announce a new website for RCMS. Read More >>


Friday Props - Art-O-Matic

Posted By Cynthia Ryan Cynthia Ryan Posted On May 17 2019 at 10:53 AM May 17 2019 at 10:53 AM

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Once a commonplace site, cigarette vending machines are a thing of the past, but recently have been spotted in the wild with a fantastic new product being delivered - works of art. Read More >>


New Client Site: Zalinger Cameron & Lambek

Zalinger Cameron & Lambek has been serving the legal needs of public entities, businesses, non-profits, and individuals throughout Vermont since its' founding in 1980.  Their website, however, is new. Read More >>


New Client Site: Revitalizing Waterbury

Posted By Cynthia Ryan Cynthia Ryan Posted On May 08 2019 at 12:22 AM May 08 2019 at 12:22 AM

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Revitalizing Waterbury has a mission to preserve, promote and enhance the economic, historic and social vitality of Waterbury, Vermont for residents, businesses and visitors alike. 

We were put on a mission to help.
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Oh the Iron E!

Posted By Cynthia Ryan Cynthia Ryan Posted On Apr 20 2019 at 03:48 PM Apr 20 2019 at 03:48 PM

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It has been a while. Remember Us? We dropped the ball on keeping up with our social media. Why? Well frankly, we have been working...a lot! Some of you have mentioned that you miss Friday Props, and we thank you for your continued interest. Honestly, we miss it too, as it was a lot of fun to pull together so many cool things each week. For us, the last 19 months or so have been filled with Read More >>


Challenges of Web Typography

Posted By Cynthia Ryan Cynthia Ryan Posted On Mar 01 2013 at 11:58 AM Mar 01 2013 at 11:58 AM

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With new media, designers now face the challenge of trying to control the way their typography looks across multiple browsers and operating systems while keeping the look consistent with their print materials. There can be substantial diferences from browser to browser in the rendering of typefaces from the same webpage source code. Understanding why this is can help you mitigate some of the issues. Read More >>


Friday Props#35

Posted By Cynthia Ryan Cynthia Ryan Posted On Jan 19 2013 at 12:10 AM Jan 19 2013 at 12:10 AM

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Time, time, time.....never seems to be enough of it. This week we give props to cool things related to time. Read More >>


Friday Props #16

Cyndi here this week. I watched the conclusion of the Democratic Convention last night with a 19 year old and the discussion we had after left me cogniscent how the scope of some of the problems we face as a nation and as a world can lead to feelings of powerlessness--the problems are so big that is seems one individual can't make a dent in them. But the truth is that creativity, thinking outside the box, and a "can do" attitude can make for surprising solutions for even the largest of problems. This weeks props go out to inventors who think on a small and local scale about how to solve big global problems. And yes--I know this truly granola crunching hippe save the world kinda stuff...but that is a part of who I am. Clean Water From Almost Anything  Wet--The Slingshot  Dean Kamen, best known for his inventon of the Segway, a personal transportation favorite of Ed's grandfather "Pops", is busy working on several other inventions including the Slingshot Water Purification System. Clean water is a huge problem for much of the world. Kamen's invention uses distillation to produce clean water for about 100 people a day from a machine that costs [....] Read More >>


Friday Props # 14

Posted By Cynthia Ryan Cynthia Ryan Posted On Aug 24 2012 at 09:33 PM Aug 24 2012 at 09:33 PM

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Ed is coding away on a tight deadline and Phil is on vacation, so I get to do Friday Props this week. I was "noodling" (as Ed would say) what my theme could be when I saw a Facebook post by Ed's son, Addison, about "liking" all the colors of the rainbow. I completely understand that. When someone asks "what color is your favorite?" all I can think is "how in the world do I answer that?" It's like asking which of your children is your favorite. None--each is uniquely themselves--perfect as they are. OK, to be fair there are a few colors I prefer less, but overall color and me--we have a love affair. Soothing greens, energizing reds, happy making yellows--well let's just say I am "for them." So here is my Friday Props going out to big, bold, fantastic, daring, exuberant COLOR!!! First--let's start with an architect who is after my heart.: Emmanuelle Moureaux. Here's just a couple of photos of her work. Check out her website and you will see why I am enamoured; she brings fun into her spaces with her use of vibrant color!     Every Christmas for years my fabulous sister-in-law, Cathy, has presented one family member [....] Read More >>


Tag-You Responded!

Posted By Cynthia Ryan Cynthia Ryan Posted On Aug 22 2012 at 08:43 PM Aug 22 2012 at 08:43 PM

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We had a great response to our Friday props request from Jeanelle Achee. Enjoy! So I heard that Ed Rooney likes fish tacos. I guess that spending time in California will do that to you... Anyway, it seemed like a great Friday Props! I just recently returned from Alaska where I learned how to make traditional Mexican tortillas (it's actually pretty darn easy, it involves two ingredients...) and to place inside the newly formed tortillas we made beer battered fish. Here's how to make fish tacos: 1. Buy a boat load of tilapia 2. Cut that tilapia up into strips 3. Mix fish batter and beer and dip the tilapia into it and let it soak 4. Buy a vat of peanut oil and deep fry that shiz 5. Put into a corn tortilla, add lettuce, mexican creme, fresh salsa and limes 6. Stuff your face (and if you are of age, 21 in the United States, add some tequila) It looks something like this when you are done: Another way to do it is you can just catch them in the wild... like this: That seems way more reasonable to me, but whatever. They wanted to do it the traditional way. It seemed important to learn a little about Mexican culture since [....] Read More >>